Four Thousand Weeks: Some timely advice on how to make the most of our brief lives

Guardian writer Oliver Burkeman urges us to accept that we will never have full control over how we live our lives, to embrace our limits and enjoy the time we have

12th September, 2021
Four Thousand Weeks: Some timely advice on how to make the most of our brief lives
The commuter rat race: accepting that our time is limited can lead to a more meaningful and productive life. Picture: Getty

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Four Thousand Weeks: Time and How to Use It

By Oliver Burkeman

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